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Directed by Actors Challenge (Unofficial)


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It seems very unlikely that Directed by Actors idea would get enough support to become an official challenge. So I decided to invite anyone who wants to share opinions, experiences and impressions of watching films directed by those who are primarily known as actors. Of course, there are questionable examples where it is difficult to decide whether a certain person is more of an actor or a director, so I leave this decision upon anyone who takes part in this challenge.

When actors step behind the camera the results are as varying as one could expect. Some great films were directed by actors and some are better left on the shelf and forgotten. Or should they?

This year I will try to incorporate this challenge into all the official challenges that I plan to participate. Let's see how many we can find and watch in accordance to various themes and regions.

Should anyone decide to join this challenge, I will update the OP and the leaderboard table.

Rules are simple:

- A feature film (at least 40 minutes) counts as one point.
- 80 minutes of short films or miniseries/TV episodes counts as one point.
- Co-directing credits are allowed.
- Rewatches are allowed and welcome.

Duration - All of 2023

Links:

My own watchlist: https://letterboxd.com/silga/list/actor ... rs/detail/

Extensive list by letterboxd user wmavity: https://letterboxd.com/wmavity/list/whe ... ct/detail/

I will try to come up with other helpful lists and links.

Have a great year of 2023, Everyone!

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1. Escanaba in da Moonlight (Jeff Daniels, 2001) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

It's an open season in Upper Peninsula and men from Soady family gather in a camp for the opening day of deer hunting.

Based on Jeff Daniels' play of the same name, this film is a mess technically and tonally. Nevertheless, it provides a non-stop laughs and instantly quotable lines. I imagine that it would be even funnier if I had more (or any) knowledge of Yooper/Michigan culture and traditions. I'm not a hunter either, but I used to go to fishing trips with my dad and his friends, therefore some jokes are still close to home and fairly familiar. There's also a supernatural element in the film that is more of a mythological gimmick and not a central piece of the story.

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2. A Smoky Mountain Christmas (Henry Winkler, 1986) 5/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

A weird mixture of genres and styles. A tv movie, Christmas fairy tale, Dolly Parton musical special all at once. A twist on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs with a touch of little town Christmas-time magic, evil witch and Lee Majors as Mountain Dan. Loved Dan Hedaya's paparazzi character.

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Actors/Directors
1. Escanaba in da Moonlight (Jeff Daniels, 2001) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
2. A Smoky Mountain Christmas (Henry Winkler, 1986) 5/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
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3. Idaho Transfer (Peter Fonda, 1973) 2/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

An aimless, lousy attempt to portray some kind of environmental message. A waste of time, especially considering that two years earlier Peter Fonda directed a very good western The Hired Hand. Idaho Transfer is better left forgotten. I will try to watch his third directorial effort Wanda Nevada this year as well.

4. Slipstream (Anthony Hopkins, 2007) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

This is a crazy and unique movie. A masterful and brave work from Hopkins. Independent production and it feels in terms of daring creative decisions. Ridiculously fast-paced editing and almost non-stop dialogues fuel this wild ride. Plenty of great performances by a solid cast: Anthony Hopkins, Christian Slater, John Turturro, Jeffrey Tambor, Fionnula Flanagan, Michael Clarke Duncan and even Kevin McCarthy makes a cameo as himself. Some breathtakingly beautiful shots and scenery by the great cinematographer Dante Spinotti.

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Actors/Directors
1. Escanaba in da Moonlight (Jeff Daniels, 2001) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
2. A Smoky Mountain Christmas (Henry Winkler, 1986) 5/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
3. Idaho Transfer (Peter Fonda, 1973) 2/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
4. Slipstream (Anthony Hopkins, 2007) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
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5. Vice Versa (Peter Ustinov, 1948) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

A jolly good time with this body swap movie. I prefer it to Freaky Friday or many other films of this kind. A real joy to listen to the dialogues of old posh English language. Roger Livesey is one of the great actors I have discovered lately. Loved his performance alongside Laurence Olivier in The Entertainer and now in Vice Versa he was equally brilliant.

I haven't seen the 1988 remake, so cannot compare the two.

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Actors/Directors
1. Escanaba in da Moonlight (Jeff Daniels, 2001) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
2. A Smoky Mountain Christmas (Henry Winkler, 1986) 5/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
3. Idaho Transfer (Peter Fonda, 1973) 2/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
4. Slipstream (Anthony Hopkins, 2007) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
5. Vice Versa (Peter Ustinov, 1948) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
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6. TekWar (William Shatner, 1994) 3/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

Everything in this travesty of a film looks cheap and fake. And yet, it is also unintentionally funny. It makes me sentimental about the computer age of the early 90s. The entire film plays like a choppy screensaver from Windows '95.

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Actors/Directors
1. Escanaba in da Moonlight (Jeff Daniels, 2001) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
2. A Smoky Mountain Christmas (Henry Winkler, 1986) 5/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
3. Idaho Transfer (Peter Fonda, 1973) 2/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
4. Slipstream (Anthony Hopkins, 2007) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
5. Vice Versa (Peter Ustinov, 1948) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
6. TekWar (William Shatner, 1994) 3/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
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7. The Legend of Bagger Vance (Robert Redford, 2000) 8/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

Robert Redford crafted a tender and sentimental story about redemption, passion and determination during the times of Great Depression and war veterans coping with PTSD. A great cast, led by Matt Damon, Charlize Theron and very affable Will Smith. Beautifully photographed by Michael Ballhaus. As a Jack Lemmon fan, I was touched to see his last film appearance and the final scene is truly symbolic and serene.

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8. Ghost Dad (Sidney Poitier, 1990) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

Well, it wasn't as terrible as I expected. Of course, most of it doesn't work and Cosby's acting is atrocious for the most part, but there are still moments where both the writing and, more importantly, what remains unsaid in-between the lines, work as a commentary on workplace ethics, expectations and single parenthood. Not much about racial issues, since the script was written for Steve Martin, before he and director John Badham departed the project.
Actors/Directors
1. Escanaba in da Moonlight (Jeff Daniels, 2001) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
2. A Smoky Mountain Christmas (Henry Winkler, 1986) 5/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
3. Idaho Transfer (Peter Fonda, 1973) 2/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
4. Slipstream (Anthony Hopkins, 2007) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
5. Vice Versa (Peter Ustinov, 1948) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
6. TekWar (William Shatner, 1994) 3/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
7. The Legend of Bagger Vance (Robert Redford, 2000) 8/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
8. Ghost Dad (Sidney Poitier, 1990) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
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9. Lost River (Ryan Gosling, 2014) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

A mildly unsuccessful debut from Gosling. It's evident from what directors he drew inspiration from, but troubles in the script continued during the editing and the final result is rather disappointing. Some beautiful visuals though.

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10. Human Highway (Dean Stockwell, Neil Young, 1982) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

What a wild ride it was! A nuclear comedy! In the first half I kept pausing and pausing just to soak in every crazy moment and detail that sprung from the minds of Stockwell and Young. Devo's songs are fun and Dennis Hopper plays not one, but two hyperbolic characters. This certainly feels like a mixture of styles from John Waters, Tim Burton, David Lynch and the like. A great bluray restoration too. I will definitely watch it again someday.

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A great Worried Man Blues rendition by DEVO
11. What Is It? (Crispin Glover, 2005) 1/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

A despicable, exploitative attempt of a film. It doesn't help people with Down Syndrome, it doesn't shine a light on anything significant. It merely creates a space for Glover to work out his own fetishes and fantasies while denigrating both people and animals. Disgusting really. Not sure why anyone thought that it's OK to invite him to schools and colleges to present this trash in live events.

12. Matilda (Danny DeVito, 1996) 8/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

A joyous tale filled with curiosity and wisdom. Danny DeVito is a great director and has proven so in various films, but in Matilda he truly commits to the wonderful opportunities of Roald Dahl's story and lets his characters run free and be brave with their extravagance and quirkiness. Mara Wilson is a true star, a young lady with assured charisma and a natural talent.

13. Charlie's Ghost Story (Anthony Edwards, 1995) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

What an unexpected surprise. Based on a lesser known story from Mark Twain, it's a simple, yet very honest and sincere film for kids that is as entertaining for adults thanks to the great performance by the one and only Cheech Marin who infuses ghost's character with his trademark sly humor and a cheeky smirk.

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Actors/Directors
1. Escanaba in da Moonlight (Jeff Daniels, 2001) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
2. A Smoky Mountain Christmas (Henry Winkler, 1986) 5/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
3. Idaho Transfer (Peter Fonda, 1973) 2/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
4. Slipstream (Anthony Hopkins, 2007) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
5. Vice Versa (Peter Ustinov, 1948) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
6. TekWar (William Shatner, 1994) 3/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
7. The Legend of Bagger Vance (Robert Redford, 2000) 8/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
8. Ghost Dad (Sidney Poitier, 1990) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
9. Lost River (Ryan Gosling, 2014) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
10. Human Highway (Dean Stockwell, Neil Young, 1982) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
11. What Is It? (Crispin Glover, 2005) 1/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
12. Matilda (Danny DeVito, 1996) 8/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
13. Charlie's Ghost Story (Anthony Edwards, 1995) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
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14. Light of My Life (Casey Affleck, 2019) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

While rightfully compared to The Road (2009), this Casey Affleck's directed film can proudly stand on its own. I particularly liked the tone and rhythm of the story, how it showed respect to main characters without satirizing or exploiting boring clichés from dystopian dramas. Very good performance by the young actress Anna Pniowsky.

15. Rainbow (Bob Hoskins, 1995) 3/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

Cheap and lazy story for kids with a touch of The Wizard of Oz that turns into a rather dark and weird third act with no payoff. A fun cameo by Dan Aykroyd though. On the contrary, Saul Rubinek spends the entire film just staring into oblivion.

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16. Unicorn Store (Brie Larson, 2017) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

A more positive outcome than I anticipated. Brie Larson walks a well-worn path with predictable narrative about 20-something woman who's stuck in her late coming-of-age life discoveries reminiscent of films like Young Adult and Laggies. Unicorn Store also features a small role by Samuel L. Jackson who wears colorful suits and talks loudly. On a downside, the parents, as portrayed by Joan Cusack and Bradley Whitford, were too much of a caricatures.

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17. The Tin Soldier (Jon Voight, Gregory Gieras, 1995) 2/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

Why did they do this to such a beautiful, eternal story by Hans Christian Andersen? Jon Voight accent is all over the place and his sense of directing a coherent movie is clearly missing and maybe that's why a co-director was employed. Trenton Knight is a very capable child actor who was much better in another film I saw last week - Charlie's Ghost Story.

18. The Red Sneakers (Gregory Hines, 2002) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

A poor man's Like Mike. Released in the same year, this one deservedly fell into obscurity and isn't mentioned among the best basketball movies. Gregory Hines makes a sincere attempt to, at least, deliver a well-meaning message of importance to study hard, respect your teammates and friends. However, the film is severely 'injured' by ridiculously bad acting, including a manic turn by Vincent D'Onofrio who was literally talking gibberish the entire film.
Actors/Directors
1. Escanaba in da Moonlight (Jeff Daniels, 2001) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
2. A Smoky Mountain Christmas (Henry Winkler, 1986) 5/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
3. Idaho Transfer (Peter Fonda, 1973) 2/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
4. Slipstream (Anthony Hopkins, 2007) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
5. Vice Versa (Peter Ustinov, 1948) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
6. TekWar (William Shatner, 1994) 3/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
7. The Legend of Bagger Vance (Robert Redford, 2000) 8/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
8. Ghost Dad (Sidney Poitier, 1990) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
9. Lost River (Ryan Gosling, 2014) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
10. Human Highway (Dean Stockwell, Neil Young, 1982) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
11. What Is It? (Crispin Glover, 2005) 1/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
12. Matilda (Danny DeVito, 1996) 8/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
13. Charlie's Ghost Story (Anthony Edwards, 1995) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
14. Light of My Life (Casey Affleck, 2019) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
15. Rainbow (Bob Hoskins, 1995) 3/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
16. Unicorn Store (Brie Larson, 2017) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
17. The Tin Soldier (Jon Voight, Gregory Gieras, 1995) 2/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
18. The Red Sneakers (Gregory Hines, 2002) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
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19. Oh, God! (Carl Reiner, 1977) 7/10 (rewatch) Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

Not sure if I should count Carl Reiner as an actor who also directed films and TV shows or was he more of a show-runner and director + an occasional actor?

I will allow him this once, simply because I want to share my admiration for this sweet sweet film. I've seen Oh, God! when I was a kid, along with its second sequel Oh, God! You Devil. So it holds a special place and gives me nostalgic feelings. Featuring a comedy legend George Burns and a popular musician John Denver this is a great story about a guy who was chosen by God to spread a message about his existence and a call to be optimistic about the future. I'm not a religious type, but this film plays great with both satirizing the overly prudent religious zealots and fake prophets and also calls for respect of one's beliefs. All around, a beautifully directed old style comedy that's worthy of repeat viewings, if only for that warm smile of George Burns. I still need to watch the first sequel Oh, God! Book II.

20. Panic In Year Zero! (Ray Milland, 1962) 5/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

Roger Corman once said about the making of this film: "Ray Milland wasn't organized enough to act and direct at the same time". I kind of agree with Corman here. Milland directed plenty of films and this is only the first one I saw, but I can tell that in more demanding scenes, his directorial touch is very slight and rather pedestrian. However, there is enough excitement in the story and how it unfolds, so it never becomes dull or boring. Some great locations + black and white photography makes it, at least, a memorable watch and gives food for thought about personal choices and decisions if such catastrophe ever occurred (I sure hope it doesn't!).

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21. Practical Magic (Griffin Dunne, 1998) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

A major disappointment, especially given how much I love all the main actresses. I mean, Nicole Kidman, Sandra Bullock, Dianne Wiest and Stockard Channing. One would at least hope that these acting greats are allowed to showcase their talents and encouraged to try and steal scenes from each other. However, that's not entirely the case. Directed by Griffin Dunne (from After Hours) this is a very chaotic film, completely unsure of its tone or destination. A lot of scenes would end up being cut by a stricter editor. But when a script is so empty, it would probably end up a short film instead that way. Male actors are all pretty much forgettable right after the credits roll. The only reason I haven't rated it even lower - there are still glimmers of pure joy of seeing these amazing actresses play and charm their way around the superstitious little town in New England.

22. A Quiet Place Part II (John Krasinski, 2020) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

A rare case when a sequel is considerably better than the original. I wasn't a fan of the first one, but this time around John Krasinski is capable to showcase his talent for capturing a distraught and dangerous situations with clinical precision and well thought-out story-line. It's both visually and dramatically engaging and tells a story of survival in alien-infested world. Not sure if Cillian Murphy was given enough space to employ his acting chops, but I have no complaints about the cast - everyone did a fine job and made the story constraints (don't make noise) believable and tense. I'm looking forward to watching the prequel film A Quiet Place: Day One and any sequels if they ever get made.

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23. The Milagro Beanfield War (Robert Redford, 1988) 5/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

A mediocre effort from Redford. A simple truth would be that this is a film that contains more stories when necessary and wastes a strong central line that could have led to a more engaging outcome. In turn, this feels like a variety of cameos glued together and bonded by rural New Mexico landscape with a touch of magical realism. On the positive side, one can easily feel the love Redford holds to the novel, its ideals and morals. You can't help but feel sympathy for the locals who fight the land developers and try to maintain their way of life. Carlos Riquelme and Rubén Blades deserve accolades for their passionate performances.

24. Final (Campbell Scott, 2001) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

A film I searched for a long time, and, finally, got it thanks to our fellow forum member Tim! Thanks, Tim!

It sure is a tiny budget film, but it's misgivings have more to do with the way the story is told, rather than how much it is limited by the shortage of funds. I just couldn't engage with Denis Leary and his acting. He plays a confused patient at Sumner hospital who awakens after a long time and is kept locked in a room and observed by a medical staff, mainly one doctor, played by the great actress Hope Davis who constantly brings this tired and sleepy film to life. The third act manages to save the film a bit and I could see it getting a remake. With a more carefully crafted ideas, this premise could deliver a captivating and tense film or I could also see a modern mini-series giving this story a go.

25. The Invention of Lying (Ricky Gervais, Matthew Robinson, 2009) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge

Ricky Gervais - a distributor of hate, maybe second only to the originator and the true OG - Don Rickles. Here he lives in a world where no one lies. In fact, no one is even capable of concocting a single line that isn't true. Until the moment Gervais' character upends this obstacle and tells the world's first lie. A brilliant premise that gives an open field to play with. Like a warm, ready-to-work clay, filmmakers have the unlimited territory to move around and invent.

The path they have chosen is, rather, a safe one. A romantic arc is a bet you can't totally lose. Even those, who are critical of the premise are given a cliche and classic love story while others can enjoy a pointy satire of religion and, sometimes, ridiculous convictions and superstitions. I understand where people see the failures of this film, but maybe I was more forgiving and, simply, in the right mood for it, but it worked for the most part, even when, as I already pointed-out, everything was paper-thin and on the nose.
Actors/Directors
1. Escanaba in da Moonlight (Jeff Daniels, 2001) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
2. A Smoky Mountain Christmas (Henry Winkler, 1986) 5/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
3. Idaho Transfer (Peter Fonda, 1973) 2/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
4. Slipstream (Anthony Hopkins, 2007) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
5. Vice Versa (Peter Ustinov, 1948) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
6. TekWar (William Shatner, 1994) 3/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
7. The Legend of Bagger Vance (Robert Redford, 2000) 8/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
8. Ghost Dad (Sidney Poitier, 1990) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
9. Lost River (Ryan Gosling, 2014) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
10. Human Highway (Dean Stockwell, Neil Young, 1982) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
11. What Is It? (Crispin Glover, 2005) 1/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
12. Matilda (Danny DeVito, 1996) 8/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
13. Charlie's Ghost Story (Anthony Edwards, 1995) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
14. Light of My Life (Casey Affleck, 2019) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
15. Rainbow (Bob Hoskins, 1995) 3/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
16. Unicorn Store (Brie Larson, 2017) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
17. The Tin Soldier (Jon Voight, Gregory Gieras, 1995) 2/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
18. The Red Sneakers (Gregory Hines, 2002) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
19. Oh, God! (Carl Reiner, 1977) 7/10 (rewatch) Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
20. Panic In Year Zero! (Ray Milland, 1962) 5/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
21. Practical Magic (Griffin Dunne, 1998) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
22. A Quiet Place Part II (John Krasinski, 2020) 7/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
23. The Milagro Beanfield War (Robert Redford, 1988) 5/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
24. Final (Campbell Scott, 2001) 4/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
25. The Invention of Lying (Ricky Gervais, Matthew Robinson, 2009) 6/10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Challenge
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